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· October, 2007

Stories about Human Rights from October, 2007

30 October 2007

Egypt: Darfur Letter to Arab League

Russia: Remembering Victims of 1937; Podcasting Their Names

Russia: Bukovsky on Putin's Prison Slang

Russia: Dmitry Kozak's Replacement

India: Child Labour

Burkina Faso: Blogs Help Burkinabe Skirt Censorship

In Burkina Faso, blogging is more than a pastime. It is the eyes and ears of thousands of net users. That's why from October 11th to the 17th, during the...

Armenia: Homophobic Advert

Lebanon: Polemic and nature

Moustafa from Beirut Spring's blog noted in one of his latest posts that Lebanon is “dropping French.” Somehow that claim is true; Lebanese francophone blogs are few and different from...

Japan: Fingerprinting to Prevent al-Qaida's Friend of Friend

29 October 2007

Russia: Litvinenko With MI6?

Russia: Artists for Khodorkovsky, Against Putin

Russia, Ukraine: Corrupt Traffic Police

Poland: Roman Giertych's Out of Politics

Brazil: “Haiti is here, Haiti is not here”

Haiti has become a regularly commented on issue on the Brazilian blogosphere. The special connection between Brazil and Haiti was initiated in 2004, when Brazilian troops started to participate in...

Egypt: Muslim Brotherhood

Tarek Amr shares with us the thoughts of an Egyptian blogger (Ar) about Islamic political parties in this post, which sheds light on the Muslim Brotherhood, its ideologies and impact...

Trinidad & Tobago, Barbados: Song for Burma

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